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Photos Du Jour: Surprises & Selfies

There were surprises, smiles and even selfies at the French Open on Tuesday - take a look at 10 of the best pictures of the day right here on wtatennis.com!

Published May 27, 2014 12:10

Day 3 at the French Open started with an absolutely stunning upset from, well, a Frenchwoman...
Day 3 at the French Open started with an absolutely stunning upset from, well, a Frenchwoman...
It was Kristina Mladenovic, who won a see-saw duel against the No.2-ranked player in the world, Li Na.
It was Kristina Mladenovic, who won a see-saw duel against the No.2-ranked player in the world, Li Na.
Even the on-fire Mladenovic couldn't really believe what she had just achieved after the match...
Even the on-fire Mladenovic couldn't really believe what she had just achieved after the match...
It was the Frenchwoman's biggest career win. Her best before this was a No.8-ranked Petra Kvitova.
It was the Frenchwoman's biggest career win. Her best before this was a No.8-ranked Petra Kvitova.
The No.2-seeded Li's departure also left No.4 seed Simona Halep as a heavy favorite to make the final.
The No.2-seeded Li's departure also left No.4 seed Simona Halep as a heavy favorite to make the final.
Ana Ivanovic, the No.11 seed, is also a big threat on the bottom half - she beat Caroline Garcia.
Ana Ivanovic, the No.11 seed, is also a big threat on the bottom half - she beat Caroline Garcia.
The No.10 seed, Sara Errani, had her hands full with inspired American teenager Madison Keys...
The No.10 seed, Sara Errani, had her hands full with inspired American teenager Madison Keys...
... but Keys' erratic play in the third set gave Errani her 12th win in her last 14 matches here.
... but Keys' erratic play in the third set gave Errani her 12th win in her last 14 matches here.
No.13 seed Caroline Wozniacki, Li's projected fourth round opponent, was ousted by Yanina Wickmayer.
No.13 seed Caroline Wozniacki, Li's projected fourth round opponent, was ousted by Yanina Wickmayer.
And former British No.1 Heather Watson embraced her fans after winning her first round match.
And former British No.1 Heather Watson embraced her fans after winning her first round match.
  • Day 3 at the French Open started with an absolutely stunning upset from, well, a Frenchwoman...
  • It was Kristina Mladenovic, who won a see-saw duel against the No.2-ranked player in the world, Li Na.
  • Even the on-fire Mladenovic couldn't really believe what she had just achieved after the match...
  • It was the Frenchwoman's biggest career win. Her best before this was a No.8-ranked Petra Kvitova.
  • The No.2-seeded Li's departure also left No.4 seed Simona Halep as a heavy favorite to make the final.
  • Ana Ivanovic, the No.11 seed, is also a big threat on the bottom half - she beat Caroline Garcia.
  • The No.10 seed, Sara Errani, had her hands full with inspired American teenager Madison Keys...
  • ... but Keys' erratic play in the third set gave Errani her 12th win in her last 14 matches here.
  • No.13 seed Caroline Wozniacki, Li's projected fourth round opponent, was ousted by Yanina Wickmayer.
  • And former British No.1 Heather Watson embraced her fans after winning her first round match.
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